food intolerances

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   Posted 8/24/2008 5:58 AM (GMT -6)   
This is a question for people with food intolerances. For instance suppose you are intolerant to Food X. Is it the case that
a) you can't eat any of Food X daily without having significant symptoms
b) you can eat some of Food X daily without any symptoms but too much of Food X daily will cause significant symptoms.
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   Posted 8/24/2008 1:46 PM (GMT -6)   
It depends on the sensitivity level of the individual.
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   Posted 8/30/2008 10:28 PM (GMT -6)   
I find that I need to stop food completely for at least 3 months. Currently am having a little once a week to see what happens. My dr says try very very dilute amounts every day & gradually build it up. Have to try and see what works.

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   Posted 9/4/2008 2:31 PM (GMT -6)   
I have a few intolerances to food. With regards to dairy, the only thing I can eat without a reaction is yogurt or hard cheese, most likely because of the enzymes and live cultures. I absolutely cannot do ice cream, soft cheese or any % of milk - reaction is pretty swift. I can eat some things with gluten, but I tend to pay for it later and I'd rather not. I guess I'd fall into your "a" category.
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   Posted 9/7/2008 8:43 AM (GMT -6)   
It depends on the person and their level of sensitivity, and the food.
For me, it depends on the food and even how it is prepared.
I can have dairy- especially yogurt and cheese, and I can use a little half and half in my coffee, but if I have straight milk or ice cream for example, I am guaranteed to have asthma and eczema the next day. 
My son cannot tolerate even the smallest, tiniest amount of Red Dye #40 or nitrates.  He turns into a beast in 12 hours.  Really.  His behavior is awful.

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